South Africa

 South African wine has a history dating back to 1659. Following the end of Apartheid and the opening of export markets, the South African wine industry had a substantial learning curve to overcome in order to be competitive on the world’s wine market. The Vine Improvement Programme (VIP) was established to bring modern viticultural understanding to the industry. The winemaking traditions of South Africa often represents a hybridization of Old World wine making and the New World.
Cabernet Sauvignon Cobblers Hill Jordan
Director's Reserve Red Tokara
Morgenster Estate Red Morgenster
Chardonnay Nine Yards Jordan
Cabernet Sauvignon Leeu Passant
Red Bordeaux Blend Five Constantia Glen
Cabernet Franc Gabrielskloof
Conclusion Boschkloof
Syrah on Shale Gabrielskloof
Chardonnay Clay Shales Crystallum
Chardonnay Bateleur De Wetshof Estate
Shiraz Grenache The Gypsy Ken Forrester
Malabar Spice Route
Pinot Noir Mabalel Crystallum
The Megan Hartenberg Wine Estate
Cabernet Sauvignon Five Generations Cederberg Private Cellar